An abstract and intensely graphic exploration of one of the key settings for “Cemetery of Splendor,” the Sala Keoku sculpture park, which features religiously inspired, concrete sculptures of animals and gods.
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CINEMA, DCP _ Actually made for galleries, i had the luck to watch it on big screen at the Weerasethakul Masterclass in Vienna. Amazing piece of work. The fireworks can be seen as a sign of festivity but there were also used by the americans to track communists in Thailand in the sixties. Different symbols for different cultures. That is why the sound editing here is so clever.